Peoples homes: "Get used to tsampa" Top 5 Page for this destination Ladakh Range Restaurant Tip by Saagar
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When visiting people or being at local eateries, you will be served the ground barley flour called tsampa. Sometimes it comes in an elaborately made wooden bowl inlaid with silver and turqoises and a silver lid, same as the tea cups, but a bit larger.
Favorite Dish: If trekking around Ladakh, you will eventually be invited home for a meal or to share a meal with people on the road. There will be the inevitable tsampa served; roasted, ground coarse barley flour added salt tea, butter, curry-like condiments, milk or whatever. It is the universal, all-present meal. Taste is none too much, but not bad either, and with condiments it's easy to get used to it. I had it every day for 3 months and did well in terms of health, probably better than without tsampa!
Comparison: least expensive
Price: less than US$10
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